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Farm Program Countdown - 2
Marcia Zarley Taylor DTN Executive Editor
Tue Mar 10, 2015 11:44 AM CDT

DALLAS (DTN) -- Farmers from Minnesota, the Delta and the Texas Gulf Coast share little in common as far as geography, crops or farming methods. But three real producers from those regions will be tapping the new farm program's Price Loss Coverage (PLC) option for at least a portion of their base acres come the sign-up deadline March 31.

While most of the northern U.S. Corn Belt stands to collect significantly more from county-based Agricultural Risk Coverage (ARC) than PLC over the next five years, not all situations or crops are created equal. Reference prices for peanuts, long-grain rice and ...

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